Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900 Page: 1 of 8
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CLEVELAND COUNTY LEADER
LEXINGTON, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1900.
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SAY, Why is my store
crowded so every day?
Why is my trade increasing so rapidly? Simply because I have Good Goods
at Lower Prices than others, and try to treat customers right.
Pull Patent Flour, guaranteed, $1.7o.
Noted Jersey Lillie, Flour, $1.80.
Dry Salt Meat, per pound 8 cents.
Lion Coffee, eight packages for $1.
YyyX Coffee, nine packages for $1.
Granulated Sugar, 17 lbs tor $1.
Staple calicoes at to 5c a yard.
A fine line of Scliwab Clothing in stock in
sizes to fit boys or men. Suits from l.oo to
$3,000 worth of new goods on the road; will arrive in a few days.
Come on, you gcod people.
NOTICE OF STATEHOOD
PRIMARY AT LEXINGTON
Notice is hereby given that on
next Saturday, December 1, 1900,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m., in the City
Hall at Lexington, O. T., there
will be held a primary for the
purpose of selecting delegates to
attend the county convention at
Norman on December 3 next. At
the Norman convention delegates
will be selected to attend the
■jnter-territorial statehood con-
A-ention at South McAlester on
* December 10. We desire as large
an attendance at this primary
meeting as possible in order to
instill life and vigor into the
movement for single statehood.
.Everybody in the territories
wants statehood and this move-
ment is a well planned, uniform
and energetic effort throughout
both of the territories for a con-
centrat (1 action on the statehood
question. The place to do your
work is in the primary. Come
out everybody, regardless of par-
ty affiliation, and lend your as-
sistance in this worthy move-
Signed by J. C. Dowdy, Chair-
man, P. H. Milner, A. M. Per-
due, E. M. Abernathy, Wynne
Bros., W. R. Bandy, D. N. Kos-
tenbaber, Fred James, W. T.
James, J. N. Smith, S. C. Hawk,
J. L. Little, C. E. Elkin, J. D.
Lydick, N. E. Sharp.
Card of Thanka
We desire to thank all who assisted
in the carnival given by the Sr. League,
and especially the young ladies ana
Mrs. Perdue. The innney taken in a-
mounted to $101., leaving after expen-
ses were paid $89.60. Of that. $50 was
appropriated to the parsonage debt, the
remainder is to finish the interior
of the church.
Rev. II. B. Henry,
Non ah Pantifr,
Leader for job work.
School N :>t OS.
15y regular attendance last week the
H. S. pupils secured an eariy dismissal
"Who's all right?" Miss William's
pupils" Thev were again dismissed
early on Friday for haveing the least
number of tardies. This is a record well
worth praising and speaks well for the
scholars who we hope will always strive
to be on time in all tilings.
Misses Trotter and Heriington are
progressing nicely but as yet have con-
tributed no items for our notes but we
beg of you to remember that they are
one of us all right.
Miss Carrie Cease re-entered school
Monday after an absence of several
Miss Dean's primary department is
a busy place, having a number of little
folk who are just beginning their edu-
cational career. She is kept quite
The pupils of the various rooms un-
der the instructions ot their respective
teachers are doing good work and wil
he pleased to have visitors call and
note their progress. Our school has a
corps of teachers who exactly (ill their
places and pupils who appreciate them
aud we feel it to be the duty of the pa-
trons to call and see for theuiselvs.
The Misses Qandy returned to school
Miss Lena Little was absent fiom the
seventh grade last week.
Miss Ida Foster was among the num-
ber absent from the H. 8. Thursday.
Miss Ann Trout owing to an ulcer-
ated tooth was obliged to miss school
Several new pupils were enrolled
Connor, the Purcell Photographer,
begins Dec. 1st. and will continue un-
til Jan. 1st to make photos for $1 less
on the dozen than the regular price.
Men's line quality all-wool Beaver
cloth overcoats, $5.75. Men's $3 cordu-
roy pants at $1 90. Arcade, Purcell.
Science Hill Will Elite tain.
On the evening of Dec. 4, at 7:30
o'clock, at Science Hill school house,
the singing class will give an enter-
tainment (or the propose of raising
money to purchase an organ for the
use of the people at that place, which
is a grand purpose. There will also be
a box supper given at the same time in
the usual manner, and in addition to
which there will be a fine'album given
ti the prettiest girl piesent, who re-
ceives the largest number of votes at
15 cents a vote. In addition to the
above, there will be a postoflice kept,,
where it will cost the writer 5 cents
for each letter mailed. The receiver
j of the letter will also pay 5 cents tor
| it or have it read in public. This is
j something new and promises to be en-
tertaining. Everybody is extended a
cordial invitation to he present.
To Cure Malaria In 4 Daya,
i Take Quinoria. All druggists are
authorized to refund the money in any
case of chills, fever or malaria it fails
; to cure. Price 50c per package.
Never, in the existence of
Has hi, store been so resplendent with variety, quantity and quality as now. He lias just returned from a second trip to market this season, and goods are
arriving daily that were bought with spot cash and at clean up prices. For the next month he is going to break the r-cord tor cheap prices and lug
sales in Lexington. He loaded up heavy; got prices 25 per cent lower than ever before, and they must move.
For instance we will sell:
A line of Boots worth 3.50 to 6.00 for $3.00
Outings, sold everywhere for 10c, will go at V2c
, Simpson Prints will go at : : 3}.c
Plusli Capss, worth $5,will go at 2.50 to 3.50
Men's wool underwear, $1 value, at : 75c
Astrican Capes, worth $4, will go at : $2
Underwear, sold everywhere at 50c, for 40c
Heaviest Cotton Checks ZJ™' at : 8^c
Men's Sweaters, worth fifty cents, at ; 40c
Boys' Sweaters Cheaper.
• These are only a few examples of the wonderful bargains we ar< OVERCOATS— laie! stylish goods,—ami are loaded to the rail on Boys' Clothing. 1 have
(nothing but New, Fresh f.oods, notwithstanding what mi ..h.,uj> t1 t"Ir^a^k''ir;i.'j',[rltficri come to see us. If you are from Missouri we will show you. We
have also an elegant line of DRESS GOODS as line as ean be '^"e 11 you a gldrt .ll Un.J-.or M.50.
Wc have Shirt Waist, in all eolors, and an elegant line of lADIES^TA&5B^MADE SUITS^ ^ ^ ^ 5„metbin|f We tllcn
at a cut pricc and will sell them to you very reasonable. Come and look at them.
MILLINERY AT ANY OLD PRICE.
Lexington, O. T.
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Latham, George D. & Coombs, Charles W. Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 10, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900, newspaper, November 29, 1900; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109013/m1/1/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.